November 6, 2019
So often we define ourselves by what we do rather than by who we are. In this journaling exercise, write out who you are – in stillness – rather than when doing things.
For example: I am brave, resilient, hopeful, reliable, and determined.
Notice whether a temptation arises to qualify who you are by why what you do and what it feels like to return to who you are, as you are.
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